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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1913.
READ THIS ADVERTISING PRICES Want advertisement cosi one cont per word each issue, or 5 cents per lino of five words per day, no first insertion less than 25 cents, or two or mor lines per week at the rate of 2f cents per lino per week, or 75 cents per line per month, Romcmbor five avr-age words make a line. All advertisements on this page must bo paid in advance- No exceouoo to this rule. HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED A girl at the Orpheum Candy Co. 5-1-tf GIRL or woman for housework 2678 Monroe 5-ltf AN experienced girl for general housework, 2-456 Madison. Phone 248-W. 4-28-lwk a GLRL wanted for laundry work In quire Dee Hospital. 4-26-tf (WANTED GirlB at O. S. L. Coms Laundry. Apply to manager. 4 21 tf A GIRL at the Virginia. 3-24-2wks GOOD girl for housework; no washing or ironing. 62C 25th, 2-26-lwk SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE CURTAINS laundered. Phone 1644 W. 4-25-lmo CURTAINS done up. Tel. 969-M. 4-14-lmo CURTAINS laundered, 3 pairs for 1. 230S-W. 4-2-lmo HELP WANTED MALE. BUSHEL-MAN and presser, one who does repairing Nobby Suitorlum. 223 26th St. JAPANESE help at the Berges hos pital. Jap who speakB English. 4-17-tf YOUNG man stenDgrapher and as sistant bookkeeper for local manu facturing company Give experience, salary expected, age, etc , ' L," care of Evnlng Standard. FOR RENT FURNISH CD ROOM. NICELY furnished 3-room apartment. strictly modern Ideal location. No children 2341 Adams. 4 -24-1 wk FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean. comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2 Fk up 530 31st St 3-13-lyr MODERN furnished room, with or without board. 639 23rd 4-28-lmo THREE-ROOM cottage, nicely furnish ed. 2542 Monroe. 4 26-lwk NICELY furnished large ."ront room. suitable for couple. Use of Pl-sno. Apply 246 23rd St. 4-26-lwk TWO furnished roome. 2054 Farr ave 4-22 lmo TWO modern furnished rooms Tor housekeeping. Inquire room 1 over Ogden theater. 4-10-tf FOR RENT UNFURNISHED APARTMENT 7 ROOM flat, unfurnished. Over Smith Grocerv, 2Gth and Wash. Phone 91. 3-21-tf BOARD AND ROOM. BOARD and room, 23bJ Adams. 4-29-lmo FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSES 4-ROOM. well furnished, modern bouse; screen porch, clean. 2016 f Adams. Tel. 1474-W. 5-2-lwh FOR RENT UNFURNISHED HOUSES 4-ROOM, modern house 28S1 Grant. Phone 1091 -M 5-2-lwk 6-ROOM frame house, barn, cellar, fruit, trees, cheap on payment. 734 if Wash. 6-2-1 wk -1 AND GROOMs. modern. 27th and iJ Grant ave Phone 2019W. Apply $ 2634 Grant ave. 6-1 tf If SEYEN'-ROOM modern on the leneh Gas for cooking Very desirable, C D. IVES, 380 25th St A 6-ROOM modem house, cheap In quire 29C3 Lincoln Ave 4-29-lwk 8-ROOM modern brick house. 2165 Reeves avenue Kent $20.00. In quire at the Blsmark, phono 339 4-28-tf MODERN" five-room cottage. Apply Dr Freiday Phone 1637-R 4-25tf A NICE 7-room house Inquire 2340 Jeff. 4-10-5wks IN CROSS bldg.; fine location: rooms in first-class condition; low rents 3 or more rooms to a party (' W Cross Co., 2262 Wash. ave. 4-21 lmo 5-ROOM house 199 West 30th. in quire Christensen Shoe Store 4-14-tf FARM TO TRADE. FARM near town for house, closo in C. D. IVES. 380 25th St 1-15-lyi LOST. A COLLIE doc which answers to the name "Jimmlc ." Finder please no uf 2462 Qulncy Ave. Reward 4-28-lwk 50 GRAY MARE; 8yr. old. 800 lbs.; also saddle Return, Smith Peed Yard. Reward. 5-1-121 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS j HOUSEKEEPING rooms, gas, bath; also sleeping rooms. 427 24th St. 4-29-lino FURNISHED flats. 2G34 Grant Ae. 4-16-lyr. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS SCOOP, if I had an angel s voice I'd shout for A A.- Anything. Saved us a week 8 pay on a new bathtub Bank er put me wise Wagons, buggies, cul tivators on time. I HOUSEHOLD furniture, good condi tion. 440 26th St. 4-29-lwk HOUSEHOLD furniture. Inquire mornings. Mrs. Joyce, Yirginia ho I tel. phone 745-J. 4-29-lwk A 5-PASSENGER auto good condi tion, cheap. P. Carr. Phone L09 4-28-lwk FRESH cow third calf Also house I hold Roods First house west S P tracks on 12th St. 4-28-lwk ALMOST new $350 Piano Will take $160 cash. 2762 Wall Ac 4-28-1 k SCOOP hereafter your boss and this paper pulls for A. & Anythimx They are IT Ask Corey Bros, or the S. P and tell everybody. Vlolhu on time 4-19 HIGHEST grade pianos and players from factory to your homes; good stock on hand at all times, lowest prices Easiest terras. Pantone, 2874 Hudson Tel. 1209 VIOLINS dirt cheap, cash or pay ments. Pantone, 2874 Hudson Tel 1209. 4-1 1-1 wk SECOND-HAND, four-drawer card Index cabinet Inquire at the Standard Business Office and see It there. 1-31-tf KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson Ave., bet 23rd and 24tb Sts. Phone 617-J. 12-2?-tf FTLL sized Ink barrels, $1.00 apiece Inquire Evening Standard, 360 24th St. Phone 56. 1-18-tI FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS BASEMENT under La Mode Milliner Store. 2438 Washington Ave Inquire J at place, 5-1-lwk BARN with lights and water, 674 23rd St. 4-30-tf WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WANTED Party to share car of household goods to San Diego. Phone 578. OLSON RUG WORKS Beautiful rugs made from old car pets and rugs. 330 23rd St Telephone 1908-M. 5-1-lwk filONEY TO LOAN MONEY on first mortgage real es tate loans. Kelly &. Herrick. 3-15-tf MONEY TO LOAN on real estate; $100 up, real estate contracts and mortgages bought and sold. BICH6EL INVESTMENT CO 2411 Washington Ave., Room 11 LOANS on Improved farm or city property. HUNTER & KENNEDY. 423 24th St., oppoBit court house. 6-12-tf Money to loan on city and farm property. Any amount, no delay Mathews-McCulloch Co , under First National bark. Phone 301-W. MONEY to loan on watches, dia monds, Jewelry, firearms, etc Un cle Sam's Loan Office, established 1885. The Money Lenders of Ogden 278 25th st. C. H. Smith, Prop. 9-4-lyr CHATTEL loans, salary loans. You can get it toaay Cheapest rates, best and most private terms In Utah D D. Drake, over Paine tc Hurst. MONEY to loan on real estat secur ity. J. J. Bnimmitt 4-27-U BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WANTED Man with about $500 can secure legitimate, prosperous manu facturing buBinenB and plant with $12 to $lo daily profits, no risk Hank references. For personal Intervlfl ( address Q W , care Standard 5-1-41 WANTED Party with a few thou sand dollars to invest In weli es tablished A 1 mercantile business lu Ogden Rare opportunity A Z care Standard 3-28 1 wk FOR SALE, MOTORCYCLE 6 H. P Twin Indian and 7 EL P Twin Yale, 1912 models, at a bargain Don't wait too long Address 123, care Standard 4-18-lwk POULTRY WANTED Chickens Blackman 8t Grilfin Co, 2546 Washington avo Phone 76 4-5-lmo WHITE or Burf Orpingtons, Barred Rocks, R I Reds, Minorca. Auco na6. White or Brown Leghorns; egs, all good strains, at reduced prices for balance of the season Barrows, 3239 Washington ave. Phone 1806-M. 4-18-tf BABY chick for sale. 3239 Wash ington avo. 1806-M 4-18-tf WHITE Orpingtons, imported struln. eggs $3 per 10; White LaghorDb, Tic and $1 per 16 Bosgieler, West Og den Phono 4N4. 4-4-1wk REWARD REWARD ofTt red for Iver Johnson bi cycle, double bar, stolen 4-1 13, ini tials on saddle, K. J T., 23. Call at Standard office 4 5-tf PERSONAL A TEMPERATE, Intelligent gentle raun, stranger, lonesome; desires acquaintance of neat refined woman, iindfr 4u Address In Confidence. J L. Gray. Ogdeu, Utah, Gen. Del. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE . 4-ROOM house, 1915 Wall Pantry and clothes closet, cheap. David Jenseu, F. N. B. Bldg 4-5-lwk BY owner, 3 choice lotB; best loca tion on bench; snap If taken at once. Phone 2010 J. 2527 Gramercy 1-29-lmo FIVE POINTS Candy Kitchen. 236 Washington Ave, Want to retire 1- 15-tf FIVE-ROOM cottage. 771 24th st 2- 5-lnio DESIRABLE home or income prop erty, J4th st bench, modern 5-room brick bungalow bargain for quick sale Price and terms, owner W 11 Voor hies. phone "' 4 4 5 W. Call after 4 o'clock Will take a good lot in trade FOR SLE cheap 107 feet on Wash ave near 29th st with good frame house, nonresident owner, must be sold Terms Kelly 4b Herrick 4-26-tl HOME on Ogden Ave. Inquire, phone 2152-W, or address C O Dykeman Sullivan and Van Buren avenue. 4-28-lwk GET A DIVORCE From your landlord. 1 make it pos slble for any energetic person to live in a home of their own Will have ready for occupancy, In a few days a dandy little modern bungalow on bench car line. Lot 42 1-2x182 feet, large living room and kitchen, two bed rooms, screened back porch and ce ment cellar. Inside finish and plumb inp fixtures are the best. Small pay merit down, balance same ps rent Will design and build to suit vour ideas in any location on the same terms. E. W. CANNADY, 2411 Washington. Room 11 GREAT bargains in lots and homes, direct from owner. Phone 1427. SIX-ROOM brick house on 20th St.. $1500. Terms to suit buyer. S2e McGregor Bros.. 428 29th St. 4-12-lmo 4-ROOM frame house; 11 lots and fiuit trees; exerythlng In the ground; big chicken coop and chick ens; barn with horses, wapons and harnesses. Price ?1''0. Phone 2K.2-.J 4-14-lmo HOME FOR SALE. A seven room modern, brick home. Fifty-foot south front, close in on the beuch; good shade, lawn and shrub bery, dandy screened sleeping porch; electric chandeliers and gas. will sell ai ant, fully or partly furnished; g;in and coal ranges In and connected up and two tons of coal on hand. This place Is all ready t. move into and Is the ONE BEST BUY. Will sell at ft. I sacrifice and on terms to suit This Is a bargain for the one who gets it. If Interested come and see us quick. Bfatnews-McCulloch Co . under First I Nat l Bank. Phone 301-W 4-1 It f ! FOR SALE One of the best homes In Ogden for half the cost of build- Ings; large grounds lawn and shade; positively the greatest bargain In the city Also farm and orchard near cltv very cheap. Easy terms on ei ther property. R. G. Agee 415 24th j Street 4-19-1 mo Real Estate Specialties on Farm and City prop er! We have some good buys left, a few like the following. A thirty-acre tract, just east of South Washington, car line Good house and out buildings, an ideal gar den Bpot and some d.iy will sell quick for city lots. This Is an exceptional good buy for $6,600, $1,000 own, bal ance 4 years at fi per cent. A thirty -acre tract in Bear River Valley, good 4 -room house, outbuild -I Ingl and implements, full water right, good location, will sell for $2,600, SO0 down, Lalanre arranged or will trade for cltv property. We have some pood cheap lots on the beiich ranplng In price from $210.00 to S'.no each We are also building and will be pleased to figure with you on a nice bungalow, on one of our well located lots Tome and see us today We have anything vou d sire in real estate And will show vou Just what you want. SKEEN REALTY CO.. Under Ut;ih National Bank Phone 913 GARDEN LAND FOR SALE 6 ACRES and water, $1250 Easy ternu. C. D. IVES. 380 25TH STREET 5-2-1 m SEVEN-ACRE farm, just beyond cltv limits, flood house, stable and Im provements; small orchard and full water right, $2750 HUNTER & KENNEDY, 123 24th St 4-30-lwkj A SNAP 4-room brick house, 3-room frame, barnB, etc. Inquire. 566 Ind Street 4-30-lwk HOTEL FOR SALE. C. D. IVES, 380 25TH ST. 4-6-1 mo OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY Advertisements in this column cost 75c per line per month, pay able in advance. ACCORDION PLAITING DONE In nil lengths 258S Colo'r Court, rear 240 2ttli SL TuL 17'Jii-W. ! ATTORNEYS i LAWYER O-COWNOLLT. (oyer Nye Clothing Store.) 2411 Wash ave. Phone Ml iiTT. HULANISkT First National Bank bldg- 12-11-ti BILLIARDS AND POOL. BAKER'S Billiard room. J45J Grant ave. NOT THE BIGGEST PUT THE ' BEST. We have the coziest cozy Bil liard Room In Ogdeu. and all standard high grade; no cheap; tour slate ta bles at Baker's THE WORLD FAMOUS BRUNS WICK BALK 5x1 0 UlllSar and Poo ' tables Well ventilated rooms The Cozy, 25th BOOKBINDING J WTLSON- Book and locoo at de vice manufacturer. Upfttalra, 2465 Wash Phone 860 12-30-lmo CONTRACTORS- "p ii a Newton-Burnham Co. "At the sigTi of the Bungalow" 2349i2 Wash. Ave. Phone 139. Sec us before you place that insurance our rates are low est. If you want results, list your real estate with us We sell and rent CEMENT CONTRACTORS PORTER & HANSEN, cement con tractors and designers, 4G1 Rose court. Phone 1495-R. 4-3-lmo CHIROPRACTOR F J. FREENOR, Graduate Chiroprac tor Incurables and female trou bles my specialty, Consultation free. Rooms' IS-14, 2411 )uoliington Ave. CARPET CLEANING K. VAN IvAMPEN Phcurf 383 for up holstering, mattress ranking, re stretching of bed eprlng JUNK OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have any kind of junk, phone us up. Wo will call lor IL Tel. 210. HOTELS THE CRESTON Steam heated; hot aod cold water, every room, new and modern; 6uc and up Twenty fifth street, opposite City park. PAINTING, PAPERH ANQING PAINTING, paticrbanging and tinting T den Hortog. phone 571 -R. PHYSICIAjN AND SURGEON DR A. FERNLUND, PhyBician and Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 , m. New Peery Bldy llftoson Ave. Phone 19C.-W. Residence phone 8129-W. 646 W-iUington avenusj. C-l 1 -U NOTARY PUBLIC. C. D. IVES, 360 Tvtenty-flfth SL PAPER CLEANING JAMES THOMPSON Expert paper clca-.lng; rough and puinted walls and burlap. All work guaranteed. Phone 1164!. 2341 Jackiou aenue. 2-1-tf EXPERT paper cleaners. Upholster ing and repairing; polishing and furniture packing, carpets cleaned jar.l laid Phono 117U-M. Dcnkers & Kamnv r MUSIC AND MUSICIANS FIRST-CLASS music furnished for dances and parties; new and pop ' ular tunes; a trial means a steady I job. Call us up for prices. Phone 2143 -J. 4-9-lyi PHOTOGRAPHY SOME people say they do not take a good picture. Did you ever try Crsvwshaw? Studio, 219 2:"ith st. PRINTING WOODY PRINTING CO We do good work. 2466 Wash. ave. Phono 860. 12-3U lmo B F. THOMAS, Job Printing 2476 Washington Ave Phone 1237. -I -18-lj r. RUBBER STAMPS. OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phone 454, or mail card If you. wish us to ca.ll with samples. Office Spurgo's. 12-3-lt FIRE INSURANCE. OLD reliable companies that pay. C. D. IVE8, Agent, 380 25th St. STOVE REPAIRS SUMMERILL'S, tho largest stovo re pair house In tb west 2204 Wash ington avo, Ogden. Tel. 364. Mail orders solicited. 2-20-tf SANITARY WORK YOUR garbage, hauled regular San itary can furnished free Sanitary Garbage & Waste Paper Co, Phoue 620. 2438 xa Wash. Ave. CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co, 2728 Grant. Bell phoue 2018-W. SWITCHES MRS. C E LEE. 2846 Grant. Briny combings. In afternoon. " VACUUM CLEANERS ONE DOLLAR p - d.-iy, delivered end called for. Electee Service Co., Phone 83 Up 24th at. j SECOND-HAND GOODS NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture, clotblug and shoes, bought, sold or 1 exchanged, also trunks and suitcases' j cheap. A Slner, Phono 1321. 179 1-2 Tw.nt -fifth St. C-13-lyr. I X L FURNITURE store. 2227 Waah lngton ave.; 2d-hand furniture of all kinds bought and sold, prices which no other ator can equal. 12-2 -lyr riATERNAL SOCIETIES MASONIC Queen Esther chapter No. 4, O. E. S., regular meetings held J at Masonic hal on Washington ave i botween 23th and 26th sts., the first j and third Fridays of each month So I journlug members cordially invited to I attend Fannio M. Whiitcmore, W. M.; Callto E. Cave, Secretary Unity Lodge No. 18, F. & A. M., Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington avenue. Meetings every Wednesday evening at 7 .30 o clock. Members of Diater loutin and sojourning brethren cordially invited to attend. S. W. Wherry. VV. M. Felix T. Moore. Sec retary. LADIES of the Maccabees, Sliver hive No. L L. O T. M meets every first and third Thursday evenings at 6 o'clock, and every second and fourth Thursday afternoons at 2:30 o clock, in Eagles' hall, 2441 Hudson nv Via I ltlng members cordially Invited to at tend. Kathryn Egeleston. U C. L Jenulo Prout, R. L Silver Tent No. 1. Macabees of the World, meet second and fourth Mon day nights at S o'clock p m All vis iting Sir Knights cordlallv Invited. E. A STEPHENSON. Commander. W. B. OGLETREE, Record Keeper Women of Woodcrafi Ogden Cir cle No. 681, meets every' Wednesday i night at 7 30 o'clock, K of P. hali Visiting neighbors invited Dues can be paid to Dr Alice M Rldg.-, M. D., 67 -5S Lewia block. Addle Baker, G. N., 130 W. 27th St Marie Crltes, Clerk, 2731 Monroe avenue Sego Lily Circle No. 174 meets ev ery socond and fourth Thursday ' nights at t p m In 1. O O. F. hall. Visiting neighlKjrs cordially Invited. Mary E Bint. G N, 451 31st SL Kate Heyman, Clork, Bell phon 1247-J ORDER OF OWLS Ogden Nest I No. 121b, Order of Owls, meets ev erv Friday evening in their own hall (the old Elk club rooms) at 8 o'clock. Visiting Brother Owl3 are In Hi d to attend the nest meetings. I. C. Emraett, President, J Oliver, Sec . rotary. 24 10 Wash. Ave. Queen Clvy Hebekah Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F., meet3 second and fourth Friday evtuiugs at Odd Fellows hall Visiting members Invited. Lula Claud man. N. G , Emma Held, Recordnlg Secretary, 718 Twenty-third street. Royal Neighbors of America kfeetl l every first and third Wednesday nights of each month at 8 p m., at the Odd Fellows hall. Visiting neigh bors Invited. Dues can be paid to Mrs Anna Ries-Finley, M. D., room 21 Lewis block India Sawyer, Ora cle. 24."." Harrioon. Lillian Newton. Recorder. 27th and Qulncy. Rowil Highlanders Meet every first and third Fridays at 8 p. m , at Union Labor hall. Visiting members ! cordially invited Andrew vV. Nelson, I L P. V.'m Mullor. Sec. and Treas., 2582 Washlngtou Ave, Woodmen of the V. orla Weber Camp No 7 4 meetti in K. of P. hail In die Utah National bank building ev ery Thursday evening at s o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cordially lnvit.d to attend D. D Smith, C. C; E. Autb, . Clerk. First National Bank building. Kuights of Pythias- Ogden lodgo Nc 2, Knights of Pytaias. meets at Cistlo hall, Utah National bank build :ag, every Monday evening All K. jf P. '6 are requested to meet with us. W. D. WatBon, C. C. W. G Kiud. M of E. , W. L. Underwood. K. ol R. & S. Fratern.il n d r 51 Kagle gdi n aerie No 118, F. O E., meets eery Wednesday evening at Eagles hall. Hudson are . ut 8 o'clock. Visiting I brother Eagles aro invited to a'.toud lb. a I If meetings 1 i h rum.. u'tQ I at 11 u. m. J. W. Griffin. W Presi aent E R. Geiger, secretary. Dr. C E. Wardleieh. Aerie Physician. Modern Woodme-i of America Utah camp No 9fyo meets every lirst and mird Tuesday evenings at 8 o'clock at K of P. hall. Twenty-fourth st. and ashington ave. Visiting members invited. W H. Draney. Consul. J. M. Shafer. Clerk. Brotherhood of American Vcoraeu Ot;den Homestead. No 15"5, meets o 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings at K. j P. hnll. Visiting Archers are cordially I Invited to meet with us Addie L W il liams, Foreman, 180 Twenty first street. J A. Junk. Correspondent, 3202 Washington. LEGAL NOTICES A hearing in the petition of bauk , U1,t, ,,t I a Id U ooil will I" hold in Salt Luke on April 30. 4-30-13 Tho Utah Fire Clay company la to hold a meeting on May 7, for the nur I pose of chnuglng Its articles of In corporation The Mullet Kelly company of Salt Lake is to hold a meeting May 16 to consider changing nntne of company to Kelly Clothing company and to Increase cnpltal stock. BIDS FOR SPRINKLING COUNTY ROADS SEALED BIDS will be recoil ed ai the office of the County Clerk for sprinkling county raids in all the sprinkling districts of Weber county for a period of Four 4 months, be ginning May L5th, 1913. The BUCCessfUl bidder must enter into contract to faithfully perform said work. One half of one month s salary shall be held In reserve by Weber county aB n guarantee until the completion of the contract All bids must be In by 10 a. m . May 12. The Board of County Com- 3 J. J. BRUMMITT I I LOANS - INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE j Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank 15 For Rent For Sale Three acres of rich soil close In, I have about 100 acres of the ' near car line, plenty of water, best building and gravel land In good, rich loam soil, for rent very or around Ogden, this I will sell T '. cheap on an kind of terms, either to anybody who desires to haul or B' I for cash or part of cro.i. for building purposes f-ry cheap, K' I . in any quantity desired, on terms E? ' I Chicken Ranch to Kr: Located close in; a lltt'e over jy a K one acre of land; plenty of water, aSlUrae " goofj 5-room house; -nd an abund- I have 200 acres of good pas- B r ancf of fruit and shade trer-s; an turage land plenty of good, pure Br ideal place to raise chickens and spring water flowing all the while B 1 garden and have a home in tho nri'J plenty of feed I will take a K city; onh 12,000; $200 down, easv , limited number of stock at a re38- M 1 mlssioners reserves the right to re Jecl any or all bids By order of the Board of Countj Commissioners of Weber county. S. G. DYE. Clerk NOTICE OF INTENTION. Notice Is hereby given by the Hoard of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah, of tBS Intention of said board to make the following described improvements, to-wit; To create both sides of Qulncy av enue from 20th to 22nd streets, and the West sid of Grant avenue from THh to 20th streets as a sidewalk dls tricl and to build therein concrete Sidewalks four inches in thickness and fle feet In width, together with the necessary grading, and to defray the whole of the cost theerof, estimat ed at 11,726.00, by a local assessment upon the lots or pieces of ground ly ing and being within the following district, being the district to be bene fited or affected by said Improve ments viz: All the land lying between the out er boundary lines of said avenues and a line drawn BO feet outward from and parallel to the said outer boundary lines All protests and objections to the enr rying out of said Intention must be presented In writing to the City Re corder on or before the 24th day of May, 1913. at 10 o'clock a. m... that being the time set by said Board of Commissioners when they will l:r and consider such objections as rrav be made thereto, at the Mayor's office nt the City Hall. Ogden City, Utah. By order of the Board of Commls sloners of Ogden Cltv, Utah. Dated this 29th day of April. 1918. A. G. FELL. Mayor H J. CRAVEN, City Engineer. First publication May 1. 1913. Last publication May 23. 1913. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District in and for the Coun ty of Weber. State of Utah The Continental National Bank of Salt Iake City, a corporation, plain tiff, vs Charles A. Hickenlooper. M I dora Hickenlooper and W. A. Hickeii j looper. Defendants. To be sold at Sheriff s sale on ! Thursday, the Sth day of May, 1913, at 12:00 o'clock noon, at the front door of thp County Court House in Ogden City. Weber County. Utah, the real property and premises situate, lying and being In Weber County. Utah, bounded and described as fol lows, to-wlt: A part of the southwest quarter of Section Nineteen (19), Township Sev en (7) North. Range One 111 West. Salt Lake Meridian. U. S. Survey Beginning at a point 554 feet East, j 28 feet North and North 24 degrees I 24 minutes East 214.5 feet Trom the j Southwest corner of said quarter sec tion, and running thence South 73 degrees 13 minutes East S6.9 feet; thence South 17 degrees 57 minutes west 214 5 feet; thence South 72 de grees 15 minutes East 1 4tJ 4 feet; thence North 31 degree 86 minutes East 6.60 chains, theme North 33 de grees 40 minutes East S chains, thence North 8.68 chains; thence North 71 degrees 58 minutes west 4.65 ehains: "thence South 24 degrees 21 minutes West 961.06 feet to the place of beginning Also beginning at a point 1320 feet h.i"M and 999.9 feet North of the south west corner of sn id Southwest quar ter of snld Section Nineteen (191 and running thence North 236.28 feet, thence North 71 degrees 58 minutes West 300 3 feet, thence North 24 de grees 24 minutes Eat 94.1 feel: thence South 71 degrees 5S minutes East 44S.79 feet; thence South de grees i'2 minutes West : '. L' 7 . 1 " feet to the place of beginning Also a part of the Southwest quar ter of Section Nineteen (19i in Town ship Seven 7 North Range One Hi West. Salt Lake Meridian. I S Sir vey: Beginning at a point 702.10 feet South. 89 degrees ii minutes West and 1061.36 feel QoutM, 24 degrees ,06 minutes west from th Northeast cor net of tho said quarter section, run ning thence north 79 degrees 42 min utes cast V1 feet, thence South 38 degrees "2 minutes West 568 feel thence North 71 degrees ",s minutes West 44S.79 feet; thence North 24 degrees 24 minutes East 869.6 feet; thence South 7S degrees ro minutes East 317.1 feet to the place of begin ning Together wltn all water, water rights and ditch Interests commonly used upon or appertaining to the above described tracts or nnv pari thereof, such water rights consisting now. chiefly of four shares of the B capital stock of the Little Missouri Irrigation Company, a corporation (he MB Ing eight hours use of the water of "jf the "Little Missouri'' stream), nnd B four shares of the capital stock of I he hler Creek Irrigation Company, E a corporation, being four hours' use Of the water of the stream known aa the Alder Creek. Such shares of stock now stand in the name of C. A Hickenlooper and P are to be sold with the land, or tho title to said stock may be treated or B transferred to the purchaser at such sale of land upon deed being issn d ; to such purchaser, and any person It acting as Secretary of said company jr Shall and must, on the presentation ifc-. of such deed, make transfer of such K? stock to such purchaser, whether any ec actual sale of stock takes place or be mentioned or not Also a part of the Southwest quar- f' tor (S. W 1-4) of Section Thirty (30). B Township Seven (7) North. Ran-- jt One in West. Salt Lake Meridian. U. S. Survey Beginning at a point 24.75 chains East and 1152 chains South from the Northwest corner ol F. said quarter section and runninc if: thence East 7.60 chains, thence South 2S 15 chains, more or less, to the H South line of said quarter section. thence West along said South line ot said quarter section to a point South of the place of beginning; thence f north to the place of beginning, to- jH gether with all water and water rights jH commonly used on said land or apper- tainlng thereto. J Together with all and singular the H tenement! hereditaments and appur 1 tenancet thereunto belong or in any r wise appertaining. I. r: HARRISON . I Sheriff of Weber County, Utah jl By T. A DeVlne. Deputy I Dated Ogden Cltv, Utah, April 17. ii. k B PROBATA AND I GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES r-" Consult County Clerk or trio 3epe li five Signers for Further I I r.1 ormatlon. t NOTICE OF CREDITORS. I In the District Court of the Second B Judicial District, in nnd for tbe Coun- ty of Weber. State of Utah. B In the Matter of the Estate of B Amanda M. Suow. also known as iH Amanda M Snow-Bingham. Deceased. jH Creditors will present claims with vouchers to tbe undersigned admin istrator, at the law offices of Joseph B Chez. Esq. Rooms 43-404 First Nn lional Bank Building. Ogden. Utah, on B or before tbe 13th day of August. A. D 1913. G. J. S ABELS. Administrator JOSEPH CHEZ. Attorney. B Dated April 11. 1913. "JAYHAWKERS" FAIR " Lawrence. Kan.. May 2. Opening the first biennial Kansas Uni varsity exposition today by pressing a button In his office at the state capitol in Topeka. Governor George 11. Hodges, caused to unfold a large Bppj scroll that delivered a message from him formally beginning the ".lay hawker Fair." The K. U exposition Is an innovation in college affairs BARGAINS IN I REAL ESTATE if vou want a home at reisonable prices, we can accommodate you. Any one who wants to make an Invest- mmi here g an opportunity to make PH 25 per cent in a short time. We need the money, you need the pH 1 Frame house, '" rooms. 1 Frame house. 5 rooms 1 Frame house, 3 rooms. 1 Two story frame house, 7 rooms hath H 1 Urick house. " roo :s and bath. sssj Wo will sell tho above houses very cheap for .ash. and will also sell pB same ou reasonable terms. Don't pay rent but get a home of BsH Come and talk the matter over, or call us up, Phone C12 Volker Lumber Co. H Stop Paying Rent I We are building three 5-room modern press I hrick houses on the corner of 22nd and Mon- 1 roe Ave. We will sell on easy payments. We I I will build you a house in any part of the city f on easy payments. j See us before you purchase, we will surely 1 j surprise you with our reasonable prices. I Sec Carl C. Rasmu s son I 350 24th Street Phone 115. j